International Journal of Contemporary Sociology
The International Journal of Contemporary Sociology was founded in 1963 by the late Professor Raj P. Mohan, who would serve as editor for over 50 years. Since its inception, the Journal has sought to publish excellent and interesting scholarly studies in sociology from around the world.
The Journal publishes both quantitative and qualitative research with an emphasis on theory as well as the application of the principles of sociology. The Journal welcomes inter- and cross-cultural approaches and cooperation among sociologists through their creative works.
Now it its second half-century of publication, IJCS is fully refereed and is a collaborative partnership between Auburn University and the University of Eastern Finland.
Last Updated: June 02, 2016